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"Dive Into Summer" with a Swim & a Movie at YWCA Princeton!
June 20th will go by many names, the summer solstice, the longest day of the year, and the first day of summer. The YWCA loves the last one and has scheduled a fun-filled afternoon for children and their parents from Princeton and the surrounding areas.
Children ages 3-12 and their parents are invited to swim at the YWCA’s indoor pool at 1:30 pm. Following the swim, there will be a snack, craft activity, and a movie featuring America’s favorite clown fish. Children will also receive a gift marking the kick off the summer swim season.
And, as a special treat to parents, while their children watch the movie, parents are invited to a free Adult Water Exercise Class in the pool from 4:00-5:00 pm.
"YWCA aquatics has been a summertime favorite in the community for decades. It is the place where thousands young and old first learned to swim," says Wendy Trockenbrod, YWCA Aquatics Director.
The event is scheduled for 1:30 – 5:30. All swim skill levels are welcome. For children ages 3-5, parents must be in the water with them during the swim. It is $5 per child payable at the door. Participants do not need to be a YWCA Princeton member.
Attendees are asked to RSVP by June 15th at (609) 497-2100 ext. 360.
More About YWCA Princeton
YWCA stands for Young Women's Christian Association. This facility has been a part of the Princeton community for more than 100 years and its focus is to provide a place of wellness for those from toddlers to adults. This location promotes leadership development and offers educational and recreational classes, social services and advocacy.
The programs offered at this facility range from range from aquatics, arts, breast cancer resources, dance, early childhood education, after school programs, English as a second language, gymnastics, martial arts, newcomer and womens networking groups, adapted programs and summer camps.